THE OLD BRICK SCHOOL (Athabasca Public School)

4720 - 48 Street

Athabasca, AB T9S 1L7


Day or night, from various strategic vantage-points in town, Athabasca Public School can be seen standing tall and proud. Locally referred to as "the Old Brick School," Athabasca Public School is centrally located at the T-intersection of 47 A Avenue and 48 Street. A striking building in the daytime, highlighted with spotlights at night, the former school is a centerpiece of classic brick architecture.
 

Built in 1913 and originally designed with four classrooms, Athabasca Public School was used continuously for all grades until the 1950's. In 2006, the Town of Athabasca Municipal Heritage Inventory report identified Athabasca Public School as one of the 25 most significant historic resources in Athabasca. The report describes the building as "a massive two and one-half story brick and stone structure with a hip roof and a central entrance in a projecting formal frontispiece topped with a crenellated tower."
 

Today the "Old Brick School" is home to Athabasca and Area Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) and the basement of the building is home to the Athabasca Pottery Club. The Nancy Appleby Theatre is located at the rear of the building and the Alice B. Donahue Library is adjoining on the South side.

 

 

MULTIPLEX ADDRESS:

#2 University Drive
Athabasca Alberta T9S 0A3
Ph. (780) 675-2967
Fax. (780) 675-2703

   
 

MULTIPLEX 

Spring/Summer

HOURS

Monday to Friday

7:00 am to 10:00 pm


Saturday & Sunday

8:00 am to 10:00 pm


Exceptions will be made for Private Rentals.